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  • The recognition of presence, of sacredness, comes in those moments when you actually feel just like you, that original, beautiful, open, unnamed fullness of who you have always been, and always will be. In this moment you understand at the most profound level that you are life expressing itself both uniquely and always.
    John Siddique
  • You are not at the mercy of the swirl of circumstance that is your life. The looking helps you reclaim your life, discover the power you have, and fear not what you cannot do. There is much more to a good life than the absence of pain.
    John Sherman
  • Along with self-growth, sharing what we know, what has worked for us, and what may help others live, laugh and Love more, is the purpose of adversity.
    Richi
  • All spiritual practices are thorns to remove a thorn, and are themselves to be eventually discarded, in order for one who has awakened to ‘move’ into what can only be called nirvana (extinction), nirguna (without qualities), the nothingness of jnana.
    John Grenafege
  • Truth is not the same as what you 'think' is true about people, experiences and other things in your life - it isn't your personal perspective, your personal truth. Truth is universal.
    Jeannie McGillivray
  • The RASA Blessing will accelerate your awakening far more than you thought possible. In just 3 hours a month from the comfort of your own home you can spiritually awaken and become fully enlightened (LOC 1000 as described in Ramaji's book "1000") in just 6 months or in a year at most.
    Ramaji and Ananda Devi
  • “It is astonishing to realize that growing up actually means to become one with Existence. It means to find the whole Existence within myself, it means to discover that Existence is alive in my own heart and being. The song of a bird echoes my own inner voice, the beauty of a flower reflects my own inner beauty, a dog becomes an expression of my own unconditional love and friendship, the majestic mountains create an exstatic joy, and I discover all the shining stars of the sky within my own heart. It is to realize that the whole Existence is alive, and that the underlying thread of consciousness is God.” ― Swami Dhyan Giten
    Swami Dhyan Giten
  • I will forever be grateful for last night, and what you continue to do." ~Paul McGillviray, Meeting Truth (UK)
    Fred Davis
  • When you first start to inquire as to your true nature, you might begin to see that you are not the body-mind. Then you might identify yourself as the consciousness or witness that perceives everything. But then from that vantage point you begin to realize that this consciousness is just your universal body, the body of the absolute, and that your ultimate nature is actually before consciousness.
    Enza Vita
  • What if what was actually seeing through those physical eyes right now was pure awareness itself. Check and see.
    David Ellzey
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